BLOK ICO

BLOK

Revolutionizing the global on-demand workforce through blockchain **UPDATE-BLOK reached their soft cap in their ICO. Blok has been listed on IDEX, Forkdelta, Tokenjar & ExToke.

ICO Details

Status
Past, Trading
Starting date
April 10th, 2018
Ending date
May 12th, 2018
Whitelist
No
Token Sale Hard Cap
ETH 41000
Token Sale Soft Cap
TBD
Token Symbol
BLO
Token Type
ERC20 ERC223
Token Distribution
40% Development 25% Marketing 20% Operational Expenses 15% Reserve
Initial Token Price
5700 BLO = 1 ETH
KYC
Yes
Participation Restrictions
China, USA
Accepts
ETH
Features

When platforms monopolize power within the gig economy, workers are at risk for exploitation. Blok democratizes the gig economy by working with platforms rather than against them and by empowering workers.

Companies struggle providing quick payment to workers and sometimes take substantial fees as intermediaries. Blok allows workers to take home money and shrink payment cycles from biweekly to instantly.

Traditional corporate hierarchical is an outdated business model that concentrates power at the expense of workers. Decentralized and dynamic contracting will allow the market to remain competitive and lowers the risk of exploitation.

Companies will look to technology to transform their people and organizations into a highly adaptable enterprise. Blok platform makes it easy to connect with verified workers across the globe instantly, creating a liquid workforce.

Government and corporate bureaucracy hinder productivity.Decentralization is the only hedge against constraints on companies and workers. As the global economy continues to grow, bureaucracy is a threat to resilience, innovation, and initiative.

In the age of dynamic transformation, teams must transcend the organizational chart. Static teams produce static results and in the on-demand workplace, this can cause a company to fall behind.

Core Team


Ivan Cherevko
CEO


Kyle White
CMO


Barton Rhodes
Data Scientist

Advisory Team


Alex Artemyev


Adnan Javed


Ismail Malik


Dean “Sakis” Karakitsos


Wulf Kaal